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ANZ: Asian expansion on the horizon

ANZ, one of the four largest Australian banks, is planning to expand substantially in Asia. In the next four years, the bank intends to add hundreds of retail outlets in the region. This comes at a time when Australian banks are battling to achieve scale.

Published By Datamonitor
18 Jun 2008
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BNP Paribas: Indian intentions

A new Indian subsidiary will allow BNP Paribas [BNP.PA] to offer more lucrative discretionary asset management services to wealthy Indians and help it meet its ambitious growth targets in the country. However, the bank may struggle to convince Indian HNWs to place their money in the hands of someone else.

Published By Datamonitor
29 Jun 2004
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Credit Suisse opens wealth management business in India

Credit Suisse has announced the debut of its wealth management business in the financial capital of India, Mumbai, with plans to open further offices in New Delhi and Bangalore within three years. This move reflects the significant size of India's wealth management market after two decades of strong economic growth.

Published By Datamonitor
27 May 2008
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Deutsche Bank: Indian aspirations

Given the $109.2 billion in assets potentially available in Indian private banking, Deutsche Bank's [DB] embryonic expansion plans in the country seem well timed. However, under new Indian banking rules, the competition is only going to increase. Domestic competitors currently have weak offerings and Deutsche Bank should move quickly to capitalize on its opportunity.

Published By Datamonitor
26 Nov 2004
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Deutsche Bank: wealth management tools will be warmly received

Retail clients of Deutsche Bank India now have access to more convenient banking and investment with the launch of web-enabled wealth management tools. The tools allow customers to view and manage all their accounts in one place, and are likely to be well received by regular users of the bank's website.

Published By Datamonitor
09 Apr 2009
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HDFC launches new deposit product designed for the increasingly important NRI segment

HDFC Bank, India's second largest private sector bank by market capitalization, has launched the One Family, One Bank, Zero Balance account for non-resident Indians and their families. This market is highly attractive to banks due to its huge and wealthy diaspora. However, considering the size of the global expat community, banks should not neglect other, smaller segments.

Published By Datamonitor
06 Sep 2012
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India leads the way in payment innovations for the financially excluded

Governments in many developing countries are aiming to reduce poverty by tackling financial exclusion. The effect of this is particularly evident in India, where several start-ups are making significant progress towards developing new technologies aimed at providing banks with the opportunity to reach millions of new customers.

Published By Datamonitor
16 Jan 2012
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India's booming economy has spawned a booming wealth market

The Indian wealth market is offering competitors enormous opportunities. In the last five years, affluent wealth in India has grown at an annual rate of 17.6%, with 618,000 affluent individuals at the end of 2003. India's large skilled population and robust stock market will ensure that this figure grows to almost one million individuals by 2008, with a collective wealth of over $200 billion.

Published By Datamonitor
11 Mar 2005
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Indian banking: RBI could curb ROI

If enforced, the effects of controversial proposals put forward by The Reserve Bank of India will, in short, be negative. Expansion, for both foreign and domestic players in the banking sector, will be more costly and incumbents will find that further growth will have to be achieved by organic means. India will prove less attractive to foreign investors and consolidation will be hampered.

Published By Datamonitor
06 Jul 2004
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IndusInd Bank boosts loyalty with customer engagement

IndusInd Bank is deepening its customer relationships to become more of a lifestyle partner, with the use of personalized and location-based offers.

Published By Datamonitor
20 Sep 2013

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